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Turbolark

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Where does one find new interior lighting? I am looking to change out the vitorian era sconces and dining table light in my 96 Southwind with more modern looking lights.
Also, what can you replace the overhead 12v light bulbs with  that wont put off so much heat or draw to much power? Damn near burned my scalp standing under one for too long(I'm 6'2, so I was close).
Thanks,
Phil
 

rjf7g

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Gustafson seems to be the brand of choice...their web site is http://www.guslighting.com but it looks like they don't sell directly.  You can buy a bunch of their stuff through the go-rv.com  dealers at http://www.go-rv.com/coast/do/chooseState. 
 

Will

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I found some nice lights on eBay.  Just put an chandelier over the dinette and some nice sconces in the bathroom

Incandescent lights always put off heat.  good for winter weather, bad for dandruff.

Fluorescent lights put of significantly less heat, and are much more effiecient, meaning your house battery will last much longer when boondocking
 

rhmahoney

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Look at LED lights. even lower wattage than flourescents, but pricier.
www.superbrightleds.com/
 
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